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MSI GS75 Stealth 10SE-620 Review And Specification


MSI GS75 Stealth 10SE-620 Review And Specification

Our preferred, slim GS65 Stealth Thin 15.6-inch gamer has been enlarged by MSI. In addition to bringing a larger 17-inch screen to the gaming scene, the more recent MSI GS75 Stealth 10SE-620 also offers a significant performance bump thanks to Nvidia's new, mobile-friendly GeForce RTX graphics card.

The RTX 2060 GPU in our review model, the Stealth 10SE-620, has been toned down to test heat output and fit everything in a tiny chassis. That does lessen the punch a little, but it is still a top-tier gaming laptop with a 240Hz display that can produce over 63 frames per second (fps) at 1080p.

 The large GS75 Stealth is a device to be envied because of its relatively light weight, sturdy construction, and reasonable battery life. It is currently the big-screen GeForce RTX laptop to beat. The ASUS TUF Gaming F17 is still our Editors' Choice if you're not overly worried with portability or price because of its superior construction and competitive performance.

MSI GS75 Stealth 10SE-620 Specification 

  • Operating System : Windows 10 Pro (64-Bit)
  • Total Installed Memory    : 16 GB
  • GPU    : NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 with 6 GB GDDR6 VRAM
  • Display Size    : 17.3"
  • Resolution    : 1920 x 1080
  • Touchscreen    : No
  • Total Installed Capacity : 512 GB
  • Ports : 3 x USB-A 3.0 / 3.1/3.2 Gen 1
  • USB-C    : 1 x Thunderbolt 3 (Supports DisplayPort and Power Delivery) 1 x USB 3.1/3.2 Gen 2
  • Display I/O    : 1 x HDMI
  • Wi-Fi    : Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax); Dual-Band (2.4 & 5 GHz)
  • Weight    : 5.29 lb / 2.4 kg

Design and Features

The GS75 Stealth 10SE-620 mimics its smaller-screen sister but is not a straightforward resized version. Like any successful product series, the two Stealths have a similar design; they both have a sleek black appearance with gold accents. The lid has a gold accent, and instead of the normal red-and-black shield found on most MSI products, the company's iconic dragon logo has a more subdued gold outline. I do prefer this color scheme more, just like on the 15-inch model. It ideally distinguishes the GS75 Stealth as a high-end system.

Overall, the GS75 Stealth humiliates its rivals with a body that weighs 5 pounds and measures 15.59 by 10.2 by 0.7 inches. Compared: The Aorus X9 (8.1 pounds, 1.2 inches) and the Alienware 17 R5 (9.8 pounds, 1.2 inches) are both nearly twice as tall and heavy as the Stealth 10SE-620, but that's mostly because they have fully functional GPUs.

Even though it is a tiny gaming laptop, the GS75 Stealth boasts respectable port options. On the left side, there is a power jack, an RJ45 port, one USB 3.1 port, a microSD card slot, and separate inputs for headphones and microphones. A security lock slot, an HDMI port, a single USB Type-C port, two USB 3.1 ports, and one Thunderbolt 3 port are all located on the right side of the device.


The 17.3-inch screen is gorgeous and contains cutting-edge gaming functions, however it is missing an essential feature: Nvidia G-Sync screen smoothing. Full HD (1,920 by 1,080 pixels, or 1080p) is the native resolution used by MSI. Even at this price point, you might expect a slightly higher resolution for a gaming laptop this nice, but the high 240Hz refresh rate works well with the resolution. Even so, this device can push a high enough refresh rate at 1080p to utilize the extended refresh rate. 

A 3ms response time, which is somewhat slower than certain twisted-nematic (TN) panels but still quick, and higher viewing angles are all features of the screen's in-plane switching (IPS) panel. Although the picture quality is excellent, the Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX701's 17-inch display, which supports G-Sync, has a more detailed display with sharper colors and deeper blacks.

The screen's ultra-thin bezels, which have an 85 percent screen-to-body ratio, are stylish and contemporary from an aesthetic standpoint. In contrast to Huawei, who moved the webcam on the MateBook X Pro laptop to the lower bezel, MSI is able to keep the 720p webcam up and where it belongs despite the narrow bezels.

Keyboard and Touchpad

A SteelSeries is used in the Stealth 10SE-620, and it has a comfortable 2 millimeters of travel and 72 grams of actuation. Although the individual keytops seem a little cheaper and the key edges are translucent, typing on it is still pleasant enough. On this laptop, the supplied MSI software lets you customize the per-key backlighting. You'll like the way the keys pulsate by default, but most of the time it will be more useful to have them all lit in the same color.

The touchpad works fine and is comfortable to use. It clicks in well and captures swipes effortlessly without feeling flimsy or cheap. Along with the lid detail, it includes gleaming gold trim. Although they can be turned all the way up, the speakers on this small device are decent; they may be loud enough to blast a game or movie, but the sound quality isn't very impressive.

 A Battery's Life

On a single charge, the MSI GS75 Stealth lasts longer than its rivals. However, you'll still need to bring your power brick with you, as is customary with gaming laptops. On a battery test that includes continuous web browsing, streaming videos, and other background apps, the laptop lasts for 3 hours and 45 minutes. The Stealth succeeds in beating the category average of 3:21.


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